How will higher taxes on the rich and more unionization bring Starbucks prices down?
Central banks should respond to supply shocks differently than to demand shocks.
Biden’s SCOTUS nominee should be fought against by Republicans.
A Washington Post column packs a lot of error about the Supreme Court and Republicans into two sentences.
Congress outlawed racial discrimination in college admissions and didn’t outlaw legacy preferences.
The law on affirmative action has been a tangled mess ever since the Court refused to do its duty in 1978.
Recently, Republicans have made a conscious choice to run campaigns without much in the way of policy agendas.
Asked about McConnell’s criticism of Biden’s speech, the White House press secretary said that the president (and the vice president) “clearly struck a nerve.”
And why can’t the administration be honest about it? That’s what my Bloomberg Opinion column takes up. I’d say it’s a must-read, if I were into mandates.
Photo-ID requirements have strong support in polls.